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LATINO LABOR LEADERSHIP COUNCIL

GENERATING UNIFIED LABOR SUPPORT AND A VOICE IN THE LATINO COMMUNITY

Our MISSION

To improve our visual presence, with labor , church, civil rights

and other. community organizations by becoming a vital partner with all issues affecting the Immigrant and residential Latino communities of the City of Houston and Harris County.

BE THE DIFFERENCE!
WHO WE ARE

The Latino Labor Leadership Council (LLLC) is an organization of greater Houston area Labor leaders dedicated to advancing unified support for a stronger Latino voice in local policy and politics, and for organized Labor.

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LLLC Latino family
values

Relationships

We build collaborative relationships based on trust and mutual respect.

Personal and community growth

We educate and advocate opportunities to continually grow and develop our skills and promote community wellness.

Community pride
 

We treat each other with dignity and cultivate a sense of cultural achievement to benefit the good of the community.

Integrity
 

We do what we say we will do with honesty, transparency and accountability.

Catalyst for change

 

We continually challenge systems and communities to bring about changes in approaches, perceptions, behaviors and outcomes.

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STATS

1 million

The average number of Hispanics turning 18 each year and become eligible to vote.

65.6%

The labor force participation rate of Latinos, among the highest of any race or ethnicity.

78%

The number of projected net new workers between 2020 and 2030 that will be Latino.

Over 50%

The percentage of all Latino workers who don’t have access to paid sick leave at their jobs.

16.5 million

The number of Latinos who voted in 2020, a 30% increase over 2016.

1 out of 5

By 2030, one out of five U.S. workers will be Hispanic.

70%

In the next 20 years, 70% of new homeowners will be Hispanic.

34%

Over the past decade, the number of Hispanic business owners grew 34%, compared to 1% of all business owners in the United States.

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LATINO LABOR LEADERSHIP BOARD
Steven C. Flores – President
John Mata – Executive Vice-President
Eloy Cortez – Vice President


Robert De Leon – Secretary/Treasurer



Eric G. Carter Jr. – General Counsel

Rick Lord-Political Director

Cynthia Cole-Recording Secretary
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